I have awesome news for adrenaline junkies looking for a gluten-free weekend getaway. Whitewater Warehouse offers a gluten-free 3-day river rafting adventure in the Rogue River area of southern Oregon. This specialty trip is being held this August (see dates HERE), and looks absolutely amazing!
The price for this tour includes lodging and fabulous foods. Local gluten-free beer and wine will also be on offer (Oregon is famous for their micro-breweries). There is also plenty of snacks on-hand at all times.
What can you expect?
This expedition has been designed with the help of Nadine Grzeskowiak, a gluten-free nurse specialist and CEO of RN on Call, Inc, Gluten Free RN and Celiac Nurse Consulting. She has personally chosen the chef for this vacation and all foods are gourmet, gluten-free without fear of cross-contamination and delicious! Nadine will actually be one of the guides on this trip and will be available to give advice about Celiac disease and gluten-free living.
The chef for this trip chosen by Nadine is Abby Fommartino, the owner of Abby’s Table in Portland, OR. She specializes in sauces that are gluten-free as well as free from dairy, soy and refined sugar.
You have the option to navigate the Rogue River on one of their posh pontoon raft, a paddle raft or even a ducky (inflatable kayak). All three options will give you adventures on the river you won’t see forget! Fast paced, yet guided, and appropriate for all skill levels. This river rafting adventure is for ages 8 and up, so bring your family.
You dine riverside for lunch, with many of the gluten free foods that are locally grown and made.
Dinner is served around 5pm where you will be lodging overnight- the famous Rogue River lodges. Dinners start with gluten-free gourmet appetizers followed by a delicious dinner. Trust me, you will be hungry after a day of fun activity!
Breakfast is included and will give you the right start before you begin another day on the river.
Good food and surrounded by the beauty and splendor of the Pacific Northwest. I can’t think of a better way to make a lasting memory.